The project aims to optimally allocate available quantum and classical resources a developer needs for a specific algorithm, by breaking larger circuits into smaller pieces that are distributed to different quantum processing units in parallel, with few quantum connectives between them, and then recombining the results.

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Two PhD projects are on offer in hardware for quantum science and optical clocks:

Deadline: 30 June 2023 (or until the position is filled)

One fully funded PhD position to work with Prof Elham Kashefi in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh on a project titled “Quantum Computing”. The project is supported by Nomura International PLC, an external partner with a reputation for digital disruption, diversified expertise, and integrated processes.

Please find below the advertisement for one fully funded PhD position in multiphoton quantum sensing and information processing at the Quantum Science and Technology Hub at the University of Portsmouth starting in October 2023 (or the earliest possible) with a deadline on the 9th of July 2023.


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